Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Movie"

The meaning of "Movie" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does independent movies in Netflix mean?
A: self-produced/directed movies
Q: What does In the movie The Shawshank Redemption
Red said "you're a real cold fish". Does Red mean that Andy is a cold-blooded man as a dead fish? Or is there any more underlying meaning or metaphor? mean?
A: A cold fish is an idiom for someone who shows no emotion and comes across as unfriendly or disinterested.
Q: What does borne movie mean?
A: One of the jason bourne movies, like "The bourne identity", "The bourne supremacy", "The bourne ultimatium", etc.
Q: What does The movie is raw mean?
A: raw means unaltered from its original form
raw = original bitrate, quality, size

For foreign film, it means untranslated
Q: What does to wash a movie mean?
A: I'm pretty certain whatever you heard was "to watch a movie."

Example sentences using "Movie"

Q: Please show me example sentences with I'm watching the movie "John Wick".
One of the dialogues confused me.

John Wick: How good is your laundry?
The front desk officer: I'm sorry to say that no one is that good.

what does the officer mean?.
A: John wants to know how good the hotel's laundry service is. The reply probably means that John's clothes are so dirty that no laundry service in the world would be good enough to make them look good.

The person working at a hotel's front desk is usually called a concierge. Other front desk workers are called receptionists or clerks.
Q: Please show me example sentences with movie theater.
A: "i want to go to the movie theatre"
"i love watching movies at the movie theatre"
(movie theatre can also be called the cinema"
"i love going to the cinema)
Q: Please show me example sentences with the movie.
A: Have you seen the movie yet?
Yes, the movie was really good.
What did you think about the movie?
Well, the movie felt quite dramatic.
Q: Please show me example sentences with So many new movies this 2016..
A: Use "this year" or "in 2016" instead of "this 2016" you wouldn't typically say "this 2016" because it implies that there are other 2016's. Wow, there sure are a lot of great movies this year! Lots of movies coming out so far in 2016.
Q: Please show me example sentences with movies.
A: @Maferciitha: let's go to the movies🎥
You want to go and see the latest movie
The Oscars give awards to the best movies of the year
On a Saturday night people used to go to the movies for entertainment.
There are so many movies put this month
My plan is to watch movies all weekend.
The best way to watch a movie is with popcorn

Synonyms of "Movie" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I was worn out to watch movies through all night. and I was exhausted to watch movies through all night. ?
A: Both sentences are a bit unnatural. This can be fixed by adding "too" before exhausted and worn out.
Also, you don't need "through" if you're saying "all night."

"I was too worn out to watch movies all night" =
"I was too worn out to watch movies all through the night" =
"I was too tired/exhausted to watch movies all night" =
"I was too tired/exhausted to watch movies all through the night."

All these sentences mean the same thing.

"Worn out" can also be used in different contexts:
"I've been wearing these shoes for three years, so they're pretty worn out."
You can't replace "worn out" with "tired" here, since "worn out" has a different meaning.
Q: What is the difference between movies and films ?
A: They refer to the same thing and either will be understood.

Movies is more common in America. Let's go to the movies. I saw a great movie yesterday. I want to see that movie.

Film is more common in England, but it is also used in more formal or artistic circumstances in America. He is going to film school. She is a film maker. I just watched Casablanca. What an excellent film! (meaning it was not just entertaining, but also of high quality, artistic, and well-made.)
Q: What is the difference between see (a movie) and watch (television) ?
A: "See a movie" means "go to the theatre and watch a movie" to me. When you're at the theatre, you're watching the movie, so I would say "please keep your cell phones off while you are watching the movie". If someone asked what you did that day, you could say "I saw a movie" or "I saw a movie at the theatre", but saying "I watched a movie at the theatre" sounds weird to me. If someone told me they watched a movie, I would assume it was at home.
Q: What is the difference between movie and film ?
A: Actually, I've noticed the word "film" being used more for artistic/abstract/indie video productions, whereas "movies" are usually produced for mass appeal.
Q: What is the difference between I was moved by the movie. and I was inspired by the movie. ?
A: To be moved by a movie means that you were affected by the movie mentally or emotionally. While to be inspired by a movie means that the movie became a reason for you to persue on something you do.

Translations of "Movie"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? a movie person
A: Actor ? Or a person who likes to watch movies
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? movie wish list or movies what i want to watch
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? 지금 나가면 너무 붐비니까 사람들이 모두 나간뒤에 나가자(when the movie ends and we're
going to get out from the theater
A: Oh ok i see it is: 'It's too crowded right now, so let's go out after everybody else gets out.'
Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? The movie lasted 3hrs but I felt like much shorter than the actual time.
A: "The movie lasted three hours but it felt like it was shorter then the actual time"
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? You looks like appear on movie
A: @Cube23: I understand! That sounds pretty normal. Or you could could just say something like, "You look like Shrek." That shortens your sentence more :)

Other questions about "Movie"

Q: Please show me how to pronounce This movie is winning awards at big film festivals.
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Q: You still haven’t watched that movie ? Does this sound natural?
A: or more simply, "You still haven't watched it?"
Q: “I’ve seen that building.”
“It was used in the movie which we watched last week.”

「あのビル見たことあるわ。」
「先週私たちが見た映画で使われていたよ。」 Does this sound natural?
A: × “It was used in the movie which we watched last week.”
✓ “It was in the movie we saw last week.”

In conversation, we tend to drop a lot of "filler words" (which, that, etc.). In addition, if there are multiple words for the same thing, we tend to pick the shortest. For example, "saw" instead of "watched."
Q:
The movie have been had shot in Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan a beutiful location Does this sound natural?
A: × The movie have been had shot in Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan a beutiful location
✓ The movie had been shot in Wadi Rum Desert in Jordan, a beautiful location.

Q: ​‎Lines from a movie:
A:So you followed me here as you would have followed anyone?
B: I wouldn't know.I have never followed anyone into a room yet.

Can any English native speaker explain a bit the first sentence's meaning and the general meaning here?
I have some ideas but feel unsure if those are correct.
A: A is saying, “would you follow anyone else like you followed me?” and B replies that B doesn’t know, because B has never followed anyone else.

This kind of conversation between a couple is meant as flirting. B is probably implying that B only followed A and not anyone else because B was only attracted to A enough to follow A. B has never followed anyone else because B has never wanted to follow anyone else like they do with A.

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